Recruit roundup: Vonleh named to USA Junior National Select team

  • 01/21/2013 8:55 am in

071212Throughout the season, Inside the Hall will keep you posted on how IU’s six 2013 signees and James Blackmon Jr. are performing at their respective schools. 

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· Collin Hartman (Indianapolis Cathedral): Nine points in a 69-43 win over Indianapolis Howe on Jan. 15, five points and six rebounds in a 91-50 win over Shortridge on Jan. 17 and 3 points in a 76-54 win over Indianapolis Northwest on Jan. 19. All games were a part of the City Tournament. Cathedral plays in City Tournament championship at Indianapolis Tech tonight.

· Devin Davis Jr. (Warren Central): Eight points in a 53-45 win over Terre Haute South on Jan. 18.

· Luke Fischer (Germantown, WI): Team-high 27 points in a 73-60 win over Whitefish Bay on Jan. 18.

· Noah Vonleh (New Hampton Prep, NH): 13 points and 15 rebounds in a 55-54 loss to St. Thomas More on Jan. 14. Seven points and 16 rebounds in an 82-72 win over Brewster Academy on Jan. 15. No stats available in a 37-33 loss to Philip Exeter on Jan. 18. Eight points in an 61-59 loss to Notre Dame Prep in the BABC Basketball Showcase on Jan. 19. Nine points, five rebounds, one assist and one steal in a 55-47 loss to Huntington Prep on Jan. 20 in the Hoop Hall Classic. Vonleh was named to the USA Junior National Select team for the Nike Hoop Summit.

· Stanford Robinson (Findlay Prep, NV): Sixteen points, eight rebounds, three assists, two steals and one block in a 71-47 win over Thurgood Marshall (Oh.) on Jan. 18 at the 2013 Flyin’ to the Hoop Invitational in Kettering, Ohio. (Recap and Video)

· Troy Williams (Oak Hill Academy, VA): Did not play as both of Oak Hill’s games were canceled.


· James Blackmon Jr. (Ft. Wayne Luers): Twenty-nine points in a 64-55 win over Ft. Wayne Wayne on Jan. 18 and 38 points in a 76-59 win at Muncie Burris on Jan. 19.

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  • JerryCT

    Oak Hill and Findlay are on ESPNU today , one at 2pm th eother at 4pm

  • JerryCT

    Oak Hill and Findlay are on ESPNU today , one at 2pm th eother at 4pm

  • MillaRed

    Blackmon is in another universe this year. He currently ranks 6th in the country in scoring. 36.5 ppg.

    Some kid with the last name Alford ranks 4th. He’s committed to play for his dad.

  • Evansville Hoosier

    Shooting better than 50% as well, a statistic I didn’t expect. He’s also just a junior.

  • WisconHoosier

    Luke Fischer plays 6’10” 250 lb center Diamond Stone… Germantown vs. Dominican … January 26, 2013 at Dominican.

    I believe IU has offered Stone, who some call the top center in the 2015 class. I don’t know what the interest level is. I saw Stone play last year, and he had something like 15 pts, 15 rebs, and 10 blocks.

  • sloan screen #45

    Sounds like Alfords son is taking after his old man. Saw Steve drop 52 on eventual state champ Connersville in the 1983 state tourney. That was before the three point shot and class basketball. Blackmons dad was a heck of a player at Marion about that time also.

  • steve

    Hartman and Davis numbers are really petty low if you ask me . Anone seen these guys play? Makes me wonder and hope we quite taking verbals so early.

  • N71

    I’ve believed this, but questioned myself at times, that Hartman and Davis are better than billed, they’ve just been injured most of their high school careers. I saw the City Tournament last night, Cathedral vs. Tech and Hartman was arguably the best player on the court, that includes Trey Lyles and Jalen Coleman as well. Hartman is a serious deep ball threat with one of the best looking stokes I’ve seen in the area for years. He’s long and athletics as well so he’s able to do things in the paint also, both on defense and offense. He’s smart, picks his spots, a VERY, VERY good player when healthy. The amount of talent on that court last night was unreal, Cathedral goes maybe 7 deep with division 1 talent, Tech perhaps 3 or 4. There was nowhere to hide in that game and Hartman brought it. Don’t get me wrong, Coleman and Lyles are great as well, dude for Cathedral “Mo” is very good, guy on Tech with long hair is one of those guys that goes to Indiana State and goes off on IU for 30. What a game. If Hartman can stay healthy he will be a serious defense extender like Roth was but 6’6″ and athletic. His arms seem oddly long as well, Ron Patterson-like.

  • steve

    Good to hear on hartman. I guess the key is staying healty as it is never a good sign when a guy is always injured.